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Pradis Grotte

Via Pradis di Sotto, 33090 Clauzetto PN, Italy


About Pradis Grotte

The green caves of Pradis are located in the province of Pordenone, in the Carnic Prealps, a short distance from the town of Pradis di sotto - Gerchia .   A small waterfall from the Cosa stream in the Pradis Caves complex The green caves of Pradis are formed by the set of a deep gorge carved into the limestone by the Cosa torrent and three connected caves The cave was made accessible to the public through works carried out in the years 1964-1968.

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Lac de Tramonti8.16km from Pradis Grotte

The Lake Tramonti is an artificial lake located in the Tramontina valley, between the municipalities of Tramonti di Sopra and Tramonti di Sotto, in the province of Pordenone.  The 50.6 m high dome-shaped dam is located on the southern part of the lake, in the town of Ponte Racli. The crowning is accessible and is part of the access road to the hamlets of Chievolis, Inglagna, Posplata, and two nearby hydroelectric power stations that harness the water of the Meduna River.

The Cornino Lake Regional Nature Reserve is a protected natural area of Friuli-Venezia Giulia established in 1996. It occupies an area of ​​487 hectares in the province of Udine.  Since the end of the 1980s, the reserve has hosted a colony that today has about 150 griffons, to which are added several dozen other transiting on the migratory route between Austria and the Balkans. One of the picturesque location where you can spend a good time.

Lake Cornino10.71km from Pradis Grotte

The Cornino Lake is a small lake downhill, located in the territory of the municipality of Forgaria in Friuli, within the nature reserve of Lake Cornino.  The lake has no emissaries or tributaries but receives a continuous water exchange from the underground strata, which allow it to maintain a constant temperature between 8 and 9  ° C throughout the year, as well as a characteristic clarity of the water.

Lago di Cavazzo17.3km from Pradis Grotte

The Lake Cavazzo is the largest lake nature of Friuli-Venezia Giulia. Also known as the lake of the Three Municipalities, a denomination proposed in 1948 by a consortium which then brought together the three municipalities bathed by the lake itself, this denomination is not recognized by the municipality of Cavazzo Carnico.

Viale Col Nudo18.85km from Pradis Grotte

The Col Nudo is the mountain highest of the Venetian Alps and of 'chain Alpago, located on the border between the region Veneto and the region Friuli-Venezia Giulia.  This peak, actually very complex because it is made up of various elevations, may seem insignificant seen from the south, on the contrary, its north face is one of the extreme walls of the Dolomites, recently rediscovered by mountaineering who wrote surprising pages there.

Val D'Arzino19.13km from Pradis Grotte

The Val d'Arzino is a valley of the Carnic Alps, in the province of Udine and Pordenone: crossed by the stream Arzino (hence the name), extends longitudinally from the valley of Preone to the municipality of Pinzano al Tagliamento and latitudinally from the town of Vito d'Asio to the town of Forgaria nel Friuli , including the first municipalities touched by the stream

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Friuli Venezia Giulia overlooks the Adriatic Sea and is surrounded by high mountains, enclosing many different landscapes. The great variety of landscapes matches the rich and variegated cultural heritage that was determined by a complex history and by the confluence of different civilizations in this territory.